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  1. Good post ! I was wondering if someone could write this N900 Vs N9 thing.
    N900 when it came out was such pleasant surprise. Though N9 is more refinement for average user, , sad to see that they have not taken all what was good in N900. Browser, Conversations app. I am thinking of getting N900 again 🙂

    btw why dont you compare N950 Vs N900? It’s such a shame again that Nokia did not bring that into market.

  2. Author

    Would love to compare the n900 and n950 suyog, but finding an n950 is the challange…

  3. Hi and thanks for an interesting review!

    Could you check the ISO test photos and links
    Can’t open http://www.stochasticgeometry.ie/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/20111017_001a.jpg (N9 colour test)
    http://www.stochasticgeometry.ie/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/N900_ISO12223.jpg and http://www.stochasticgeometry.ie/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/N900_ISO12233.png both claim to be N900 photos..

    Thanks!

  4. Author

    Thanks Risto. Fixed the N9 colour test link, and the other two photos are N9 photos, but were uploaded with the wrong filename I’m afraid.

  5. Thanks a lot, this article was a big help in my decision-making process. [-:
    I also think I’m leaning towards the N900 on the basis of its physical keyboard. It looks great to me. I love vertical columns, as opposed to staggered rows like on most computers.

    Can’t wait to get my hands on one. I have to save up just a little more… I was waiting for a good Linux-based smartphone to come out. I really hope Nokia will continue with this line!

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